Bishop Challoner Catholic Federation of Schools (boys)

We are a happy and friendly school. We welcome students from all backgrounds and, being multi-cultural, there are 73 languages spoken in the school of over 1,500 students.

As a Federated school, we are continually successful at producing high-level public examination results. We have received a range of awards - Artsmark, Sportsmark, Extended School and School Achievement.

In 2007 we achieved Sports College Status in recognition of the importance we attach to sport and the school's many sporting achievements. Our Ofsted report was very good and this means your son is likely to achieve better at Bishop Challoner than at another school.

Any student joining Bishop Challoner has the opportunity to reach his fullest potential and go on after five years to succeed in further and higher education and ultimately in a chosen career.

Bishop Challoner Catholic Federation of Schools (girls)

We are a vibrant, friendly and diverse community in the heart of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Our school offers state-of-the-art facilities, a rigorous and academic curriculum and outstanding teaching and learning opportunities, all of which contributed to our excellent 2015 examination results.

We are fully committed to securing outstanding academic outcomes for all our pupils and believe enrichment opportunities help to achieve this. We have welcomed guest speakers such as the poet Benjamin Zephaniah, politician Nick Clegg and the actress Joanna Lumley. We also enjoy fruitful partnerships with organisations such as Ogilvy Marketing and Allen and Overy Law firm to help raise aspirations and develop vision for the future within our school.

We aim to make school an enjoyable, challenging, life-changing experience where all girls are provided with the opportunity to flourish academically, spiritually and emotionally. This rich, holistic approach to the development of the whole child means all pupils leave our school confident and with a greater appreciation and awareness of the World in which they live.

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